Furry Thief!

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  1. *Bob*

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    I spent most of this afternoon in my make shift hide (the garden shed) trying to capture a few bird shots.
    This little fella had other ideas.Stealing my bird bait and burying it in the flower beds!!
    Nikon D70
    Sigma 50-500mm @ 420mm
    1/200th sec, F/6.3, -1.0 ev, ISO 400


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    Wow!! I love this shot :)
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Whoa!
    How detailed is this!!!!!!!!
    Wow!
    So close. So crisp. So clear, and so nicely backlit, with those translucent ears! Caught in the act, as well - which is so funny :).

    And we can even almost see you in his eyes!
    (Can we? Help!)

    WHOA!
     
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    I love the way his ears are lit up and his whiskers stand out! Very nice Bob! : )
     
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    amazing shot Bob!
     
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    This is a great shot! The lighting on this is perfect and the cropping is excellent. Great capture!
     
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    Nice and sharp. Well done.

    Eric
     
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    Oh my goodness.
     
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    terri Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    More of the same. ;)

    Great capture, and well worth your patience! The sun angle really makes him stand out. :thumbup: Great job! :)
     
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    great shot! :thumbup:
     
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    SCHWEEEET!!!!

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  12. *Bob*

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    wow, thanks for the nice comments everyone.
    Yeah, you can see my shed, and the hole I have cut in the doorway to shoot through! HeHe..

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